This project grew from a multi-year effort to keep and share the history of women in computing. Katy Dickinson and Dr Susan H. Rodger worked to build a list of 300+ notable women in computing (bit.ly/NotableW).
Jessica Dickinson Goodman saw the potential to expand that list's reach and turned it a deck of playing cards that sold out at the 2014 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, then raised 500% of its goal on Kickstarter.
Through the generosity of the Backers on Kickstarter, over 500 decks went to educators around the world who are working to inspire women and girls to consider or continue careers in computing. Decks are sold at cost and all files are downloadable under CC-BY-NC-SA.
Education for Ministry is holding an online training this week for its mentors, trainers, and other seminar leaders, many of whom are starting their terms this month. We have over 165 already signed up! Cynthia C. Hargis, Diocesan Relations and EfM Online Coordinator, University of the South - School of Theology - Education for Ministry, […]
When the pandemic came, some people drank about it, some people wrote about it — and some people planted potatoes about it. When the shelter-in-place order came down for my county, I went to the community garden. For the past year, I’ve been helping with the community garden at St Stephen’s in-the-Field Episcopal Church (7269...